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Macau: Macau's casinos will reopen on Thursday (Feb 20) after authorities lifted a city-wide two-week closure aimed at stopping the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
MACAU: Macau is usually bustling with gamblers during China's Lunar New Year holiday but the flood of tourists has been reduced to a trickle this year as fears grow over a coronavirus that has killed almost 260 people.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's parliament on Wednesday backed plans to ban private lotteries and bring the one billion lev (£432 million) market under state control in an attempt to tackle corruption, curb gambling among young people and boost funding for sport.
SINGAPORE (The New Paper/ST/ANN: A mystery box website offering electronic gadgets, fashion wear and beauty products as prizes has been blocked here after a Singaporean actor promoted it on YouTube.
PHNOM PENH: Thousands of Cambodian workers at a Phnom Penh casino that turns over more than a billion dollars a year continued a strike Friday (Jan 10) calling for better pay, in a country where Chinese money has driven a gambling boom.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters): Thousands of Cambodians working for a Hong Kong-listed casino company have gone on strike for higher pay and better working conditions, they said on Thursday (Jan 9).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese prosecutors have arrested a ruling-party lawmaker previously in charge of casino policy on suspicion he accepted bribes from a company seeking to build a casino.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese authorities arrested ruling party lawmaker Tsukasa Akimoto on Wednesday on suspicion of accepting bribes from a company interested in setting up a casino in Japan, Tokyo prosecutors said.